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From Jess Holle <>
Subject AJP 1.4
Date Mon, 10 Apr 2006 16:23:24 GMT
We have a case wherein the header data is larger than 8K which is 
causing a mod_jk failure due to the hard-wired 8K limit in AJP 1.3.

Is there enough AJP 1.4 code in place to address this issue, e.g. in the 
latest mod_jk?

Is there Tomcat-side support for handling AJP 1.4?  In Tomcat 5?  5.5 
(native or Java)?

I tried just changing type=ajp13 to ajp14 in and 
changing to AJP/1.4 in server.xml -- and was rewarded with nice startup 
failure messages in Tomcat to let me know at least my attempt at 
configuration was way off.

Is there a way to use existing AJP 1.4 code to attain AJP/1.3-level 
functionality plus a larger (or negotiated) header packet limit?

Jess Holle

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